4 DIYs For Easter Egg Enthusiasts

One of the best things about dying Easter eggs is that they’re low risk, no commitment DIY projects. Since they’ll only be displayed for a short time and some will inevitably get lost because they’re hidden so well, Easter eggs are a fun way to be creative without any of the stress. Check out a few inventive ways to decorate your Easter eggs this year:

1. Typography Eggs
Get the word out at your egg hunt this year with typography eggs decorated with paint and vinyl.
 DIY Typography Easter Eggs


2. Emoji Eggs

Your favorite text additions are making their way onto the Easter scene and we have to admit—they’re pretty cute.

 DIY Emoji Easter Eggs


3. Cacti Eggs
Amazingly simple and adorable, these cactus-inspired Easter eggs are a win-win for those of us who lack a green thumb.

 Cactus Easter Eggs


4. Galaxy Eggs


These eggs are mini-masterpieces you won’t be able to take your eyes off of on Easter. And because they’re hand painted, each one will have a unique (and magical) look.


Galaxy Easter Eggs